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Home Loan Interest Rate Changes

15 February 2006

The National Bank Announces Home Loan Interest Rate Changes

The National Bank today announced changes in its Home Loan Fixed interest rates. This change, which takes effect Wednesday, 15 February 2006, is as follows:

• the one year Home Loan Fixed interest rate will decrease from 8.50% per annum to 8.40% per annum.

• the two year Home Loan Fixed interest rate will decrease from 8.15 % per annum to 8.05% per annum.

• the 21 month Home Loan Fixed interest rate will decrease from 8.25 % per annum to 8.15% per annum.

There are no changes to the Bank’s 6 month, 3 and 4 year Home Loan Fixed interest rates or Home Loan Floating and Home Loan Flexible interest rates.


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